The 1st European Conference on Silicon and Silica Based Materials
ec-siliconf1

WELCOME TO ec-siliconf1

 

All scientists, PhD students engineers and experts as well as manufacturers users and product developers are welcome in event of the

 

1st European Conference on Silicon and Silica Based Materials

 

which will be held in Hungary in the wonderful natural environment of the Mountains Bükk at Miskolc-Lillafüred in Hotel Palota in October 7-11th, 2019.

 

In our days the silicon (Si), silica (SiO2) and other silicon content materials are wide range used and have appearances including nanoscale, liquid, melt, solid, powder, crystal and amorphous structures. The aims of the ec-siliconf1 are the creation of an interdisciplinary European and worldwide forum on the silicon and silica content materials and fostering of collaboration among scientists, researchers, PhD students, engineers as well as universities, research institutions and industry.

The 1st European Conference on Silicon and Silica Based Materials provides a platform for leading material scientists, metallurgists, ceramists, physicists, chemists, pharmacists, doctors and physicians, researchers, PhD students and engineers for discussing recent achievements in development, production, application, characterization, measurement and modeling of silicon, silica and other silicon content materials and composites.

The peer reviewed and accepted papers of the conference will be published in United Kingdom in the OPEN ACCESS periodical of Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS). At present JPCS has H=57 Index values with Q3 citations and 0.42 SJR value. The conference participants have also opportunities to publish their unpublished original manuscripts free of charge in the scientific journal Építőanyag-JSBCM which has a good Citation Index (ISI Impact Factor: 1,079) and is refered by THOMSON REUTERS, by INDEX COPERNICUS and many others. (See https://en.epitoanyag.org.hu )

Diosgyor Castle

 

As organizers we invite you to participate in the conference and submit abstract into ec-siliconf1. We hope to welcome you in Hungary at Miskolc-Lillafüred in October 7-11th, 2019.

 

Acknowledgement

 

Event ec-siliconf1 the 1st European Conference on Silicon and Silica Based Materials is supported by several scientific societies, universities, organizations and journals from Europe and around the World. The International Organizing Committee of conference should like to acknowledge to all these organizations and societies. Especially many thanks to the scientific journal Építőanyag - Journal of Silicate Based and Composite Materials (ISI Impact Factor: 1,079) and to the Hungarian Scientific Society of the Silicate Industry (SZTE) for their significant support.

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES

 

 

Please, be so kind and keep the following important dates of deadlines during your registration, abstract submission, payment and manuscript submission.

 

Late registration:

from July 15th, 2019

Closing date of "Late" abstract submission for ORALS:

August 15th, 2019

Closing date of "Late" abstract submission for SHORT ORALS:

August 15th, 2019

Closing date of "Late" abstract submission for POSTERS:

August 15th, 2019

Notification of "Late" abstract acceptance:

August 20th, 2019

Late payment of Registration fee through bank:

Before September 10th, 2019

*Payment of Registration fee at Conference Desk:

October 7th - 10th, 2019

**Manuscript submission deadline for special issue of OPEN ACCESS sci. journal Építőanyag-JSBCM:

September 27th, 2019

Manuscript submission deadline for IOP Publishing Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS):

October 27th, 2019


* Only cash and Visa or Master Cards are accepted for the payment at the desk!

** The Registration fee must be paid before submit manuscript to the special issue of scientific journal Építőanyag-JSBCM. Before preparing your manuscript please read the Instruction for Authors in the website of:
http://en.epitoanyag.org.hu/for-autors/instruction-for-authors
The manuscript must be sent direct to femgomze@uni-miskolc.hu to Prof. László A. Gömze.

 

 

 





SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

 

Monday

(October 7th)

Tuesday

(October 8th)

Wednesday

(October 9th)

Thursday

(October 10th)

Friday

(October 11th)

 

Morning

8:30-10:10

Registration

(8:30-14:00)

PLENARY

PLENARY

PLENARY

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS SiC, SiSiC, CSiC, C-Si-SiC

 

10:10-10:30

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

 

10:30-12:30

ORALS in SYMPOSIA

ORALS in SYMPOSIA

ORALS in SYMPOSIA

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS Si3N4, SiALON Si2ON2, Si-Si3N4

 

Afternoon

12:30-14:00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

FREE PROGRAM

 

Registration

(14:00-18:00)

 

14:00-16:00

ORALS in SYMPOSIA

Cultural Program

Castle tour

in Tokaj Wine Region

 

ORALS in SYMPOSIA

 

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

 

16:30-18:30

ORALS in SYMPOSIA

SHORT

ORALS

 

18:00 OPENING Ceremony

18: 30 WELCOME RECEPTION

 

Evening

FREE PROGRAM

POSTERS II.

GALA DINNER

and AWARDS

 

POSTERS I.

 



CULTURAL PROGRAM

 


The Tokaj Wine
Tokaji Aszú, the wine of kings and the king of wines as declared by Louis XIV, king of the French.

Conference participants are invited to take part in the visit of World Heritage Tokaj Wine Region and historical town of Sárospatak and Szerencs.

Tokaj Cellar


Short program:
- Short visit to "Rákóczi" Castle of Szerencs
- Visit to castle of Sárospatak
- Visit a wine cellar: wine tasting

Szerencs  Csatle Tokaj  Csatle
Sarospatak  Csatle


Links:
www.sarospatak.hu/
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokaji
www.tokaj.hu/
www.tokaji.com/

 


SYMPOSIA

 

 

SYMPOSIUM 1

Silicon and silica in inorganic and molecular chemistry

 

SYMPOSIUM 2

Metallic silicon and silicon as an alloying agent

 

SYMPOSIUM 3

Silicon (Si) and silica (SiO2) in medicine, therapy and health

 

SYMPOSIUM 4

Silicon in micro and nanoelectronics and devices

 

SYMPOSIUM 5

Silicon and silica in polymers

 

SYMPOSIUM 6

Silicon and silica in ceramics, composites and functional materials

 

SYMPOSIUM 7

Silicon and silica in construction materials and glass

 

SYMPOSIUM 8

Silicon and silica in minerals and rocks

 

SYMPOSIUM 9

Testing and characterisation methods, tools and errors

 

SYMPOSIUM 10

Short Orals

 

SYMPOSIUM 11

Posters

 

SYMPOSIUM 12

Miscellaneous.- Other results in research, development, processing and application of silicon and silica based materials

 






ORGANIZERS

 

EXECUTIVE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

 

Prof. Dr. László A.GÖMZE

-chair

UNIVERSITY OF MISKOLC (Hungary) and

TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY (Russian Federation)

Prof. Dr. Irina HUSSAINOVA

-co-chair

UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (Estonia)

Prof. Dr. Gundars MEZINSKIS

-co-chair

RIGA TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY (Latvia)

Dr. István KOCSERHA

 

UNIVERSITY OF MISKOLC (Hungary)

Miss Emese KUROVICS

UNIVERSITY OF MISKOLC (Hungary)

 

 

INTERNATONAL SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD

 

 

Prof. Dr. Tohru SEKINO

Prof. Dr. Sergey N. KULKOV

Prof. Dr. Olga KOTOVA

Prof. Dr. Emad EWAIS

Prof. Dr. Jean-Claude TEDENAC

Dr. Manuel MALDONADO

Prof. Dr. Katherine T. FABER

-          OSAKA UNIVERSITY (Japan)

-          TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY (Russia)

-          INSTITUTE OF GEOLOGY UB RAS (Russia)

-          CENTRAL METALURGY R&D INST. (Egypt)

-          UNIVERSITY MONTPELLIER (France)

-          CSIC CENTRE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES OF BLANES (Spain)

-          CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, CALTECH (USA)

 

 

FINANCIAL ORGANIZER:IGREXENGINEERING SERVICE LTD (Hungary)

 





PLENARY LECTURES

Professor Vladimir SHEVCHENKO

Vladimir Shevchenko

Professor, academician, Institute of Silicate Chemistry Russian Academy of Sciences - Saint-Petersburg, Russia

 

Vladimir Shevchenko graduated from Moscow University and joined Institute Radio Engineering and Electronics in 1963. He took a PhD degree in Physics Science in 1969. In 1977 he defended his doctoral theses at Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry. Full member of Russian Academy of Sciences from 2000. From 1998 - Director of the Institute of Silicate Chemistry RAS. Professor Shevchenko have achieved significant and important results in the scope of modern semiconductor compounds of AIIBV group, crystal chemistry of dielectric-metal structural transitions, physical chemistry of failure of ceramics under extreme stress. The theory of the strength of ceramic materials under intense mechanical and thermal loads was developed by him. It led to the creation of the first domestic armor constructions for body armor and vehicles. Now the field of his interests is application of ceramic materials with triple periodic minimal surface (TPMS) topology as functional and structural elements. In addition, he is a laureate of State Prize of the Russian Federation in the field of science and engineering and is Fellow of ECerS, the academician of World Academy of Ceramics.
At ec-siliconf1, Professor Shevchenko will give a Plenary talk on "On the synthesis of interconnected regular Turing structures with the topology of triply periodic surfaces of minimal energy"

 

Professor Sajeev JOHN

Sajeev John

"University Professor" at the University of Toronto and Government of Canada

 

He received his Bachelor's degree in physics in 1979 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his Ph.D. in physics at Harvard University in 1984. His Ph.D. work at Harvard introduced the theory of classical wave localization and in particular the localization of light in three-dimensional strongly scattering dielectrics. From 1986-1989 he was an assistant professor of physics at Princeton University. While at Princeton, he co-invented (1987) the concept of photonic band gap materials, providing a systematic route to his original conception (1984) of the localization of light. In the fall of 1989 he joined the senior physics faculty at the University of Toronto. Professor John is the winner of the 2001 King Faisal International Prize in Science, which he shared with Nobel Laureate C. N. Yang. He is also the first ever winner of Ontario's Platinum Medal for Science and Medicine in 2002. Dr. John is the winner of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Quantum Electronics Award in 2007 for "the invention and development of light-trapping crystals and elucidation of their properties and applications". He is also the winner of the 2008 IEEE Nanotechnology Pioneer Award and the 2013 IEEE David Sarnoff Award. Prof. John was awarded the Killam Prize in Natural Sciences for 2014, one of Canada's highest national honours. In 2017, he was appointed as an Officer of the Order of Canada.
In 2011, Prof. John was selected as a Thomson-Reuters Citation Laureate. Prof. John has been awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship (USA) and the Humboldt Senior Scientist Award (Germany). In 2007, Dr. John was awarded the C.V. Raman Chair Professorship of the Indian Academy of Sciences. Prof. John is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, the Optical Society of America, the Royal Society of Canada, and a member of the Max-Planck Society of Germany.

The title of his plenary: "Beyond 30% Conversion Efficiency in Silicon Solar Cells"

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

 

Professor Paul D. LICKISS

Prof. Paul D. LICKISS

Professor of Organometallic Chemistry, Imperial College London, UK

 

Paul Lickiss obtained both his BSc. (1980) and DPhil. (1983) from the University of Sussex, where his DPhil. was supervised by Professor C. Eaborn, FRS. He left Sussex to work as a postdoctoral fellow with Professor A. G. Brook in Toronto where he prepared some of the first compounds to contain silicon to carbon double bonds. He returned to Sussex and was awarded one of the newly set up Royal Society 1983 University Research Fellowships. He resigned this Fellowship in 1989 to take up a lectureship at the University of Salford. After four years at Salford Professor Lickiss moved to London to take up a lectureship at Imperial College where he was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1999, to Reader in Organometallic Chemistry in 2001 and to Professor of Organometallic Chemistry in 2015.

The Lickiss research group has a range of interests in the field of main-group chemistry, particularly organosilicon chemistry. The general areas of interest have been the chemistry of bulky organosilicon compounds and reactive intermediates derived from them such as silyl cations. Silanols, siloxanes and silsesquioxanes have also been continuing areas of interest. More recently, the chemistry of metal-organic frameworks as materials for hydrogen storage, carbon capture and drug delivery has been a focus in the group. This work has concentrated on the use of main group elements such as magnesium as nodes in the frameworks, and on organosilicon linkers.

At ec-siliconf1, Professor Lickiss will give a Keynote talk on "Silicon-Containing Linkers for Construction of Metal-Organic Frameworks"

 

Professor Tsutomu IWAYAMA

Prof.Tsutomu Iwayama

Professor of Physics and Vice-President, Aichi University of Education - Aichi, Japan

 

Tsutomu Iwayama obtained BSc at Waseda University, Tokyo and PhD degree at Nagoya University, Aichi, Japan. In 1990, he became an Assistant Professor of Physics at Aichi University of Education, Aichi, where he promoted to an Associate Professor (1993). Since 2007, he is a Professor of Physics at Aichi University of Education and Vice-President (since 2015). He was also a research fellow at University of Sussex, Brighton, UK (collaborated with Prof. P.D.Townsend) from 1996-1997 and at University College London, London, UK (collaborated with Prof. I.W.Boyd) from 1998-1999. He has contributed significantly to research at international level and published papers in the field of semiconductor nanocrystals, formation process of nanostructures by ion implantation and optical characterization of nano-materials. Some of his research papers are cited more than 300 by other researchers.

At ec-siliconf1, Professor Iwayama will give a Keynote talk on "Optical properties of Si nanocrystals in SiO2 matrix synthesized by reactive pulsed laser deposition"

 

Prof. Alexander SLOBODOV

Prof. Alexander SLOBODOV

Professor of Physical Chemical Department in Institute of Technology and research professor of International Bioengineering Research Institute in ITMO University; St.Petersburg RUSSIA

 

Alexander Slobodov received his Ph.D. degree in 1988 and Doctor of Science in 2002. From 1983 he worked as a researcher, lecturer, associate professor, professor, head of department in Institute of Technology and ITMO University (St.Petersburg, Russia). Now he is a professor of physical chemistry department in Institute of Technology, and a researcher professor of international bioengineering research institute in ITMO University. He has awards from Soros Fund, St.Petersburg Government, etc. As a visiting professor, he read special lecture courses at leading universities in China, India, Russia, etc. He is a reviewer in leading international scientific journals - Journal of Solution Chemistry, Chemical Engineering Journal, WIT Transactions, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, etc.
Alexander Slobodov is a permanent member of organizing committees and an active participant in many international scientific conferences - in Germany, France, Italy, Hungary, Russia, etc. He has published more than 300 papers. His current research interests include - chemical thermodynamics, theory and thermodynamics of solutions, thermodynamic and mathematical modeling and calculation of phase-chemical transformations in multicomponent systems, thermodynamic properties of substances, physical chemistry of natural and industrial processes, material science, physico-chemical basis of rheology, synthesis processes of functional materials, ceramic materials, chemistry of polymerization, nuclear power, etc.

At ec-siliconf1, Professor Alexander Slobodov will give a Keynote talk on "Thermodynamic Modeling and Calculation of Phase-Chemical Transformations at Ceramic Materials Synthesis and Operation"

 

Prof. Dr. László A. GÖMZE

Vladimir Shevchenko

Professor at the Institute of Ceramics and Polymer Engineering at the University of Miskolc Hungary

 

László A. GÖMZE is graduated from Moscow State University of Civil Engineering BSc (1971) and MSc (1973) as mechanical engineer and from Mendeleev State University of Chemical Engineering as MSc chemist (1979). He successfully completed and obtained his PhD from the Moscow State University of Civil Engineering in 1984, as well as from Scientific Qualification Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Science in 1985. Working in Hungary he successfully completed his dissertation thesis and obtained Dr. of Dr-Habil in Technical and Natural Sciences in 2011. Prior to joining University of Miskolc in 1993, László A. GÖMZE has spent 20 years in industry. In 1973 he has started as shift engineer and finished as managing director of company (1986-1993). In 1977 he was honored with award of "Best young Engineer of Hungary" and in 1989 with award of "World Selection Trophy for Quality and Export Merit" in the United States. In 1991 he was awarded with "Gold Medal for Silicate Industry" and in 2006 with "Merit of Medal for Hungarian Industry and Economy". Since 1993 when he has joined to University of Miskolc he is responsible for MSC and PhD educational program of ceramic materials and silicate engineering. In 2002 he was the organizer and one of the establishers of the Association of Hungarian Ceramic Industry and its first president from 2002 to 2004. He is author or coauthor of several patents, 5 books and more than 300 scientific papers.

At ec-siliconf1 Professor Gömze will give a Plenary talk on "Role of silicon and silica in development of mechanical and dynamical properties of ceramic reinforced armor shell composites"




VENUE

 

The 1st European Conference on Silicon and Silica Based Materials will be held in one of the most beautiful region of Central Europe and Hungary at wonderful place Lillafüred in the Beech Mountains near to city Miskolc at the castle hotel Hotel Palota.

 

 

Hotel Palota

 

 

 

Travel by car

 

City Miskolc is located near the motorway M30. From Budapest you must drive on motorway M3 and after 150 km turn on the motorway M30, where you must drive 24 km and exit to city Miskolc. From this place the travel to Hotel Palota at Lillafüred takes about 25-30 km depending on you will travel through the city Miskolc or not.

 

Travel by train

 

Please, take the Inter City (IC) in the railway station Budapest Keleti (East) and leave it at the station of Miskolc Tiszai. If you first time in Hungary and in Miskolc please take a taxi to travel to the Hotel Palota - or to any other hotels in city Miskolc or at Lillafüred.

 

Travel by plane

 

Please order by internet and take the "door to door" Airport shuttle bus service on of AGORA Ltd from Liszt Ferenc Airport, Budapest to Hotel Palota at Miskolc-Lillafüred and back on the following website: https://www.agoratrans.hu and by e-mail: rendeles@agoratrans.hu

 

If you'd like to have the "door>to door" on discount price as our conference delegates and participants please use the Airport Shuttle Order Form attached bellow

Download the Airport Shuttle Order form


 

ACCOMMODATION



In the castle hotel Hotel Palota From October 6th to October 13st of 2019 the delegates and participants of the ec-siliconf1 conference can ge single rooms double rooms on very competitive discount prices for periode from October 6th to October 13st of 2019. For this please turn direct to thesales manager of the Hotel Palota Ms. Zsuzsa SZAVA by e-mail: rendezveny@hotelpalota.hu and/ or hotelpalota@ligetfurdokft.hu or call by phone to +36-46-331-411 or send a fax to +36-46-533-203

Address: Erzsébet sétány 1, Lillafüred, Hungary. More informations about the Hotel Palotayou can get on website:
https://hotelpalota.hu/en/hotel/





ABSTRACT SUBMISSION


The organizers invite prospective authors to submit an abstract related to the conference symposia and topics. The abstracts should be prepared in accordance to Template of Abstract and does not exceed 350 words in length and/or 3.500 characters and should only be written in DOC or DOCx files and submitted online through the conference website. Please indicate whether an oral, short oral or poster presentation is preferred. Time for PLENARY presentation will be 40 minutes including a 10 minutes discussion, for KEYNOTE presentation 30 minutes including 7 minutes discussion, for ORAL presentation 20 minutes including a 5 minutes discussion and for SHORT ORAL 6 minutes including 1 minute discussion.


For 1 paid Registration Fee authors can submit only 1 Abstract. Extra fee of additional Abstract is 150 Euro each, with opportunity to publish additional paper in the OPEN ACCESS periodical of Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS).

Abstract submission is available only after registration. Please do not forget to mark the SYMPOSIUM in which you'd like to present your work.

Order of abstract submission

1. Registration

2. Login (e-mail, password)

3. Submit abstract (next button)

4. Save (after modification)

5. Logout



Registration Fees

Please, be so kind and keep the following dates of payment:

Early
Before 30.04.19
Normal
Before 15.07.19
Late
Before 10.09.19
Delegates € 600 € 700 € 800
Participants of ic-rmm3 conference in 2017 € 500 € 600 € 700
Participants up to 30 years € 300 € 350 € 400
Day Pass € 250 € 300 € 350
Keynote Participants * € 600 € 700 € 800
Accompanying Persons** € 200 € 200 € 200
 
Cultural program (October 9th) - € 100;
Roundtable discussion (October 11th)
*The Keynote Participants have opportunities to submit a 10 pages paper into the conference proceedings, which will be published in OPEN ACESS of IOP Journal of Physics: Conference series (JPCS).
** The Accompanying Persons can not upload abstracts and can not participate in conference except coffee breaks, lunches and Gala dinner.

Registration and Cancellation Conditions

After registration the participants will receive the confirmation email together with a proforma invoice that must be settled within 2 weeks after receipt. (If your employer does not accept the proforma and you need the original invoice for payment, please inform about it the conference organizers by e-mail through euro.siliconf@gmail.com ) With the submission of an abstract and the immediate acknowledgement of receipt by the conference office, the participants will be registered as presenting author for the conference. The abstracts will be evaluated and confirmed within 30 days and the presenting authors will receive the confirmation email about it. For the second and further abstracts, the author is charged an extra fee of 150 EUR for each. Change of presenting author is free of charge up to 31th of July, 2019. The author, however, may be the co-author of any number of abstracts if he/she is not the presenting author. After registration, each delegate and participant will receive an invoice that must be settled within 2 weeks after receipt. In case of cancellation a 50 EUR cancellation fee will be invoiced.

Visa

Hungary is member of the European Union. Therefor residents of certain countries must take "Schengen Visa" to travel to Hungary and to Miskolc-Lillafüred. If you need our assistance to get "Schengen Visa" please, indicate it to the organizers in an email to euro.siliconf@gmail.com after you have paid the Registration fee. Please, take into consideration that to get Schengen Visa you need more than 3 months!



CONTACT US

If you have some Questions or need Help! Please Contact Us!

Local Organizing Committee
IGRICI, Rákóczi utca 2.
3459 HUNGARY

+36-307462714

euro.siliconf@gmail.com